Amy Renee Tyler, LPCC
Making a decision to seek extra help and support during difficult seasons of life is a huge step. Times in life can be especially challenging and stressful. Seeking therapy is a sign of both strength and courage. Amy’s desire is to come along side you and work collaboratively to help you deal any challenges, stressors, difficulties, and or mental health struggles you may be facing. As a therapist, Amy is caring and empathetic while providing you with hope and encouragement to achieve your goals. Amy has experience dealing with a wide variety of relational, emotional, spiritual, and psychological struggles. Amy has experience dealing with a wide variety of relational, emotional, spiritual, and psychological struggles. Amy’s training has prepared her to work with children, teens, adults, couples, families, and young adults. She has gone through several trainings in EMDR, EMDR- parent child attachment training, DBT, CBT-mindfulness, Gottman method, and infidelity/affairs.
Education & Experience
I graduated with my master's in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Ashland Theological Seminary. I have been a school-based counselor, community mental health, and private practice.
Professional & Volunteer Affiliations
Member of CALPCC, APA, and EMDRIA.
- ADD/ADHD/Disruptive Behavior Disorders
- Anger Management
- Anxiety/Panic Attacks
- Family Issues
- Marriage/Relationship Issues
- Posttraumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
- Sexual Abuse
- Stress Management
- Suicide Risk
- Adolescents (13-17)
- Children (4-12)
- Sliding Scale